From next week, the app will start sharing user data.
Revolut users are being encouraged to double check their privacy settings.
From next week, the digital banking app will start sharing user data with social media and analytics companies. The company say they’re doing so to “help Revolut better assess your financial circumstances”.
The policy changes mean that we might use basic info to introduce Revolut products to you and people similar to you. We are committed to protecting privacy and will always keep info safe. We will never sell customer data and you can review your choices in the app at any time.
— Revolut (@RevolutApp) November 6, 2019
Anyone who wishes to opt-out can do so in their privacy settings but you’ll have to be quick as the new policy goes live on 12 Novemebr 2019.
You can find out more about the new update over on Revolut’s website.